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How many attempts taken to pass driving test ?
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Third time's the charm



Have you ever stolen anything?

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As it happens, I have! It was a challenge in our infant school to steal a biro from Woolworths. Actually, it wasn't much of a challenge provided you could reach the counter. But it was a thrill, i remember,

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Hardly ever.

Do you regularly drink more than the recommended amount of alcohol?

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Is the Pope Catholic?

Do you play a musical instrument?
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Piano, guitar and violin - but not that well these days.


Do you keep your books or pass them on?

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Keep them ! but I'll have to think about having a clear out .


When on holiday , beaches (and/or poolside) or exploring ?

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Exploring cities is my favourite type of holiday - but that might change.


Do you have any famous people's signatures?

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As it happens, I did have the Beatles on a postcard but I gave it to a friend of mine who was a real fan.

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Greg Hemphill, Marti Pellow , Ally McCoist, Frankie Boyle, Kenny Miller, Gregor Fisher

Were a rebel at school?

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In a sort of intellectual way, I was. I had a copy of Chairman Mao's little red book and refused to follow the fashion of the day going to quite extreme lengths to be different. But I liked my school and its teachers generally.

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I feel valued within my family and friendship groups. I sometimes feel valued at work.



Would you ever enter politics, even at a local level?

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no way, I am too quiet a person and I think its a job that most people dont really appreciate.

Do you think being a parent or a grandparent would be better?

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Grandparents wins hand down , at least then you'd be able to send the little darlings home after a while . :P

Digital Photographs... print your own or use commercial machines ?

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I never print


Who do you talk to more often time wise?

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